Monday, October 30, 2006

Somebody Please...Grab Isiah, and Snatch the Crack Pipe!!

Can ya'll believe this fool cut Jalen Rose today??? WTF!! I just don't get it. I don't understand. The Knicks picked him up in February (of last season), he averaged 12.7 points in 26 games, and he was expected to make $16.9 million this season!!! Not to mention, he's JALEN ROSE. So why cut him?? I don't think that Isiah is very businessminded (just a wild guess). I guess he has some hellufied trick up his sleeve to help the Knicks win the east. Good Luck.

More D. Wade....

I'm sure that I'm not the only one who can't get enough of Dwyane Wade. He's gracing the cover of GQ, and the above photo is one of the inside shots. He was also spotted at some kind of GQ party....with wifey, and some more people. I ran across quite a few pictures, and decided to post these. The first two are from GQ. Also, you can click to enlarge the images.

Saturday, October 28, 2006

CARDINALS Win the World Series!!!

So...the Cardinals beat the Tigers to win the World Series. Yay! (ESPN)

Friday, October 27, 2006

Don't F*** With Mutombo....

Dikembe Mutombo, who I consider an angel, is no bad boy, but apparently if you "diss" his race he'll get in your ass. Yesterday the Rockets faced the Magic in a preseason matchup in Orlando (Rockets lost). During the third quarter, a fan thought it'd be a great idea to scream a few racial slurs at him. Mutombo yelled back at the man and gestured back. The idiot (the fan that is) was ejected, and no action was taken against Mutombo. Mutombo had this to say:
I am not going to take that. He was insulting my race, my family, my integrity. For him to call me a monkey ... that should not happen today. If I get fined, I will go straight into the stands the next time.

I ain't even mad at him. These men don't play basketball to take all the unnecessary shit from the people in the stands. What ever happened to screaming, "You're stupid...You can't shoot...My grandmother plays better defense than you?" Are the days of the innocent heckling over? I hate angry fans. If he wanted to yell at someone, he should've been taking out his anger on Grant Hill's broke down ass for still taking up space on the Magic's roster. AND how the hell can you be a fan of any NBA team, and be racist??? Isn't every player in the NBA, expect for Dirk Nowitzki and Steve Nash, black???

Thursday, October 26, 2006

Chad Johnson on the Cover of Sports Illustrated....

LMAO!!! This man is hilarious. I like his colorful, confident personality though. Only he would be on the cover of a magazine with a blonde mohawk and tiger stripes painted on his arm.

I Don't Like Kobe But.....

I love that tie!!! (Click here for larger view)

(Kobe Bryant #24 of the Los Angeles Lakers enters the arena during the preseason game against the Denver Nuggets on October 26, 2006 at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California....GETTY IMAGES)

I Smell a Rat.....

Todd Haley, Dallas Cowboys passing game coordinator, and his family were eating at McDonald's when they (or at least this is what they claim) found a dead rat in their salad!!! That's some nasty shit. As a result, they're suing for $1.7 million in damages (play-play money for McDonald's). According to the lawsuit, Christine Haley (his wife) and their live-in baby sitter had eaten part of the salad purchased at a McDonald's before the dead rodent was uncovered.The women became violently ill and endured long-lasting physical injuries. I would've literally had a heartache!! QUESTION...isn't a rat heavy?? I mean, how much does lettuce weigh?? Wouldn't you become a little suspicious if you got a salad (especially from a fast food restaurant), and it required two hands to carry?? Maybe I'm dumb. I would hate to think that the Cowboys aren't paying him enough so he planted the rat in the salad for a little extra funds (LOL). I don't know what I'm more surprised about....the fact that they actually found a rat in their food, or the fact that they still eat at McDonald's. (ESPN)

Daddy Matt.....

Matt Leinart missed practice on Tuesday, but for a good reason. He became a parent!!! His girlfriend, or son's mother, gave birth on Tuesday night in Southern Californina. I don't know the last name of the child, his measurements, or weight so right now, all I know is that his name is Cole, and I'm going to assume that he is healthy. Is it just me or does it seem like this was a really short preganancy?? I could've sworn that she was like only a few months along. Maybe, her pregnancy was reported late. Well congratulations to the both of them!(FOX Sports)

Monday, October 23, 2006

Funny Footage.....

K-Fed Gets The FU...

I just saw this footage, and was cracking up. The coolest man walking (Kevin Federline), got The FU from John Cena last week. This really does a lot for his little "hip hop" image.

**Click here to see the Miami/FIU fight with the infamous Lamar Thomas commentary that cost him his job (what was he thinking??).
**Footage of Dennis Green losing it after his Arizona Cardinals blew their lead and lost to the Bears last week.

Stephon Marbury the Talk Show Host???

I hate it when celebrities snag all the jobs that "regular" people should get. For example, the fact that you see celebrities in allllll commercials imaginable pisses me off. My theory is, why pay a millionaire to endorse Sprite??? Coke products are so successful that you're really not going to gain more drinkers just b/c some celeb is throwin' back your product on TV. The "Coke" faithfuls are there not b/c of the famous guy on your commercial. SO why not pay an unknown face a couple hundred or thousand to get some exposure on the tube???

OK....Stephon Marbury is trying to sell his own TV talk show. Marbury has filmed a handful of demo shows, including a one-hour interview with Kobe Bryant. His reps have been shopping the show around. I can't knock this, but damn. Why give this man his own show??? I'm sure that there's some recent college grad who's fit for TV, and would be perfect for a talk show, but doesn't have the proper outlets. He/She may even become an overnite Oprah or something. However, no one will take a chance on him/her because too many chances are being taken on those who're already established. I just don't get it.

Friday, October 20, 2006

The Greatest--es

I found 2 random ass pictures on the net of 2 of basketball's greatest....The greatest player of all time, Michael Jordan, and the greatest looking player of all time, Dwyane Wade...

D. Wade surely has been hitting the clubs. AND his wife surely hasn't been in the pictures, hmmmmm. I ain't one to gossip. Anyway, this is 'Chocolate Delight' and Jacki-O (female~as you can see~rapper) in Miami at some club. If I was wifey I would have a problem with the closeness of their heads in this photograph.

I got clowned for the last picture that I posted of MJ (lol). I'm sure that you can agree that this is a good picture of him. This was taken in Europe. He's currently on a 9-day European tour.

World Series Finalists Are Set!

The Cardinals and the Tigers will battle to become the overall baseball champion. I'm sure all the baseball fans out there are really excited that it's World Series time again. I can't really get excited about a sport with no time clock. I have things to do. You sit down to watch a baseball game and only the Lord knows when it's gonna be over. One inning can last hours!! I think they should incorporate a game clock into baseball. My ADD won't let me sit for an unknown period of time. I have to be able to estimate when something's gonna be over. Maybe baseball isn't for us ADD-ers. Either way, congratulations and if you're a fan of one of these teams. I hope that team wins.

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Isiah Thomas Has His Panties in a Wad...

If you say something negative about Isiah Thomas, please be prepared for him to never forget about it. On draft night (2006), TV analyst and former Knick Greg Anthony, basically blasted him for taking a lesser known player high in the draft. Renaldo Balkman (formerly of South Carolina) was taken as the 20th pick overall and EVERYBODY (including Balkman), was like WTF??? Knicks fans even booed Isiah for this decision. I must admit, I didn't understand it either. I'm actually familiar with Balkman (I'm all about Southeastern Conference athletics), and thought that he was a really good college player. HOWEVER, he wasn't a starter, and he left school a year early. I say that no matter how good he is when he works out with your team, you should sign him as a free agent. AT best, take him in the 2nd round. I guess that's why I don't get paid the big bucks, lol. This is what the Knicks' head coach had to say:

"This so-called former Knick, on draft night with millions of people watching, had the audacity to take me to task on a player that I'm pretty sure he had never seen before in his life....But he stands on national television and talks about a kid he has absolutely no idea about. I'm just glad that all of New York doesn't think like Greg Anthony.....Greg Anthony should never ever be in a position to question myself on anything about basketball. "I do remember the kind of player he was. I'll leave it at that...This is between Greg and I. The things he said on draft night ... after all the good solid work we had done in the draft ... for him to take that position he took ... I thought he was way way way out of bounds...I just thought he was very unfair to the Knicks organization.It would be different had he not worn a Knick uniform. But for a guy who claims to have been a Knick, to treat the Knicks the way he treated us that night ... I know a Piston would never do that. A Celtic would never do that. A Laker would never do that. It wouldn't happen. It just goes to show you what we're dealing with." (
From what I understand, he bitched about this for what seemed to be forever. He even went so far as to insult this man's game. I bet he was that kid who ran off with his ball whenever he didn't win.

Michael Jordan Agrees with Me!!!

Or maybe I agree with him. Moving on....ok, I gave the NBA showboats such a hard time after the whole Broze medal thing. AND I don't regret a damn word of it. I stand by my beliefs even stronger now that I know that Michael Jordan feels the same way as I do!!! Great minds really do think alike, LOL. MJ says that Europeans have "mastered the fundamentals" of basketball (I've said this for years), and also stated that:

"In the United States, we're too focused on the highlights, dunks and passes. It's not that we don't have the players we need, but putting together a team becomes difficult under these conditions." (Which I've also stated for years) (YAHOO)

He thinks that it would be a good idea to add European teams to the NBA (I haven't said that at all, but it doesn't sound like a bad idea). The NBA Commish said that a conference of Euro teams is at least another 10 years in the making, and depends on a city's willingness to build a mutli-million dollar stadium. Whatever. In other words, it'll never happen.

Mike Tyson Hits Girls...

When I was a kid, Mike Tyson was nothing short of the shit. If you knew nothing about boxing, you knew Mike Tyson. He was just a beast, and if you were a gambler, you wouldn't have been a fool for betting your house on a Mike Tyson fight. Oh how the tables have turned. Now he is just.....shit. When he's in the news these days, it's usually for some outlandish pathetic situation. These days he's broke, crazy, broke, and crazy. His newest headlines include his announcement that he'll fight a woman.

Mike Tyson says he may include bouts with women on his next tour, and mentioned professional boxer Ann Wolfe, who is 21-1 with 15 knockouts.
"She's such a prominent, dominant woman in the boxing field," Tyson said. When asked if he was joking about fighting women, Tyson said, "I'm very serious."

Damn Mike! Well good luck to the bad bitch who chooses to go into the ring with him. I know he's fallen off, but he's still a man. And I'm sure he can do some damage to a woman.

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Those Damn Cardinals!

The Arizona Cardinals fired their offensive coordinator today after an embarrassing loss to Chicago on yesterday. I was watching the game in the beginning thinking that the Cardinals were gonna get away with a victory. Matt Leinart was nothing short of awesome throwing two touchdowns in the first half. However, they would go on to blow a 20 point lead, and piss their coach completely off. The Bears' defense stepped up in the second half and they left the stadium as 24-23 winners over the Cardinals. To add insult to injury, the Bears didn't even score an offensive touchdown making NFL History. No team had ever come back from a 20-point deficit without scoring on offense TD until yesterday. This unfortunate turn of events (for the Cardinals) prompted head coach Dennis Green to give the offensive coordinator the ax. Keith Rowen was handed his pink slip and replaced with Arizona's quarterbacks coach.

Sunday, October 15, 2006


College football had some exciting moments on yesterday. I won't get into the wins and the losses. I was most amused by the fight during the Miami/Florida International game. Check it out.

Friday, October 13, 2006

No Love for Stephen Jackson...

Last week some time, Stephen Jackson got into a little altercation with some guys while visiting a strip club. Stephen has claimed that out of self-defense, he fired a gun into the air after being hit by a car. OK when I first read this I'm thinking, Damn...that's messed up. Here we have a nice young man trying to enjoy some pole acrobatics and some fools wanna cause trouble. ' He was completely looking like the victim to me. HOWEVER, the law doesn't see him as such. He could actually do a little time for that...even though, according to him, he was only trying to protect himself. He gets a pretrial hearing Nov. 1 and his trial is set for Jan. 8. If guilty, he could face six months to three years in prison! That may not sound like much of shit to your average prison accustomed thug, BUT that sounds like an eternity to me. Especially over some bullshit like this. And to make it worse for Jackson, Reggie Miller's skeletal ass has been bitchin' about how he doesn't agree with the Pacers' decision to support this man. Well, on yesterday, he pleaded not guilty, and four of the strippers from the club showed up to his hearing pissed that he didn't tip that night while shouting "where the dollas at?". (LOL)

Thursday, October 12, 2006

NBA Commish David Stern is Tired of the Bitchin'...

NBA commissioner David Stern thinks some NBA players have gotten a little too intense, especially in their constant complaining to the officials, which is why he promises that the league will crack down on those who protest too much this season. "The thought process is that we have the best athletes in the world playing a spectacular game as well as it's ever been played," Stern said last night at a news conference before the final doubleheader of 2006 NBA Europe Live. "In my view," he said, "it detracts from it when a small handful spend their time negotiating and slowing the game down, at least in the perception of the fans, by engaging in an enterprise which is not productive."
In my 22 years, I don't think any call or non-call has been reversed because a player complained."

I gotta say that I agree with the little guy on this one. There's nothing more pointless than a player arguing with a ref over a call. Nothing ever comes out of it, and the game always resumes. I will however have to disagree with him on that "best players in the world comment." Yeah right. That bronze medal proves that the NBA does not have the best players in the world.

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Corey Lidle Killed in Plane Crash...

Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle and his flight instructor were killed Wednesday when the 34-year-old ballplayer's plane crashed into a high-rise apartment building in New York, city and baseball team officials said. Two bodies and Lidle's passport were found in the street, responders told CNN. "It looks like the plane just flew into someone's living room," witness Sarah Steiner told CNN....Witness Henry Neimark, who is also a pilot, said he saw a plane flying at relatively low altitude. "It looked to me in retrospect that this was a pilot desperately trying to get back to the airport and land safely on a runway......(Continue)
This is sad beyond explanation. There's really nothing to say in situations like these. I remember watching the TV in shock earlier today feeling bad for "whoever" was in that plane. It's just ironic that it was him. My prayers are with his family and the families of the others who met this tragic demise.

Plane Registered to Yankees Pitcher Cory Lidle Crashes...

So...I'm at work and we turn on the TV to see images of flames bursting from a Manhattan apartment. I immediately get images of 9/11 in my head. It just took me back to 2001, and the scene associated with that event. Today, however, wasn't a terrorist related event. A small plane registered to Yankess Pitcher Cory Lidle, crashed into the side of an apartment building. The story is still developing.
A small airplane crashed into a 50-story residential building on Manhattan's East Side on Wednesday, killing at least two people, the New York City Fire Department and New York City Police Department said. Flames were shooting out from several windows midway up the luxury high-rise in a residential neighborhood. Paramedics and rescue workers are treating people on the ground. The Federal Aviation Administration described the plane as a "general aviation" fixed-wing aircraft flying under visual flight rules, meaning a pilot was flying by visual landmarks. First responders to the New York plane crash say an emergency call was made from the plane indicating a possible fuel problem.
New York Yankees Manager Joe Torre told CNN that the plane that was a Cirrus SR-20 registered to team pitcher Cory Lidle. (Continue)

Tuesday, October 10, 2006


(Corey Ivy)

The Baltimore Ravens' team plane made an unscheduled landing early Tuesday in Pittsburgh so cornerback Corey Ivy could go to a hospital to treat a kidney injury.
Ivy was in stable condition at UPMC-Presbyterian hospital, where he was expected to stay at least through Wednesday for testing, observation and examination by renal specialists, the team said. Ravens spokesman Chad Steele described the injury as a kidney tear.
Ivy was hurt in Monday night's game at Denver when he was hit during a punt return in the third quarter, the Ravens said. He was evaluated on the field and again after the game, when X-rays were taken, said the Ravens' head physician, Dr. Andrew M. Tucker.
"His status changed during the flight when his discomfort became more significant," Tucker said. "Although he was stable, we decided that we should get him to a hospital, where more sophisticated testing could be given, sooner rather than later."
The plane landed about 4 a.m. and Ivy and Tucker went to the hospital. The plane resumed its trip to Baltimore with the rest of the team, landing there about 5:45 a.m.
DAMN!! That sounds extremely painful. The words 'kidney' and 'tear' are a horrible collaboration. I hope that it sounds more serious than it actually is.

Monday, October 09, 2006


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I don't know how old this picture is and honestly.....I don't care. This is the cutest picture I've ever seen (I may be stretching it, but you feel me). I have professed my admiration for the looks of Dwyane Wade for a long time, and he's even more beautiful here in this family photograph. I've finally stopped hating and accepted his wife and their marriage (LOL). I always give her such a hard time when I'm chatting w/my friends BUT that's only because...I'm a hater. Truth is, I think he should win family man of the year or some shit like that. This is a really beautiful family!

Baller Turned "Rapper" Spotlight: Ron Artest

(NBA star Ron Artest as a rapper in concert...holding his crotch in true rapper fashion)

I'd never heard any of Ron Artest's music before today. Personally, I've never been interested in hearing any. I just like to like a person for what I like them for. Confused? OK I like Ron Artest as a basketball player. I don't want to like him as a rapper. I looooove Samuel Jackson as an actor, but I don't want to like him as a rapper either. Get it now? ANYWAY I heard a Ron Artest track or two and..........I'm really not impressed. I won't say his music is garbage, but I'm really picky about my music selections. All I can say is 'don't quit ya REAL job playa.' The featured track is "True Warier" over Lauryn Hill's "Everything is Everything." I love the Lauryn Hill version. The hook isn't bad though. This song isn't bad if you can get past the DJ or whatever shouting all over the entire track.

Ron Artest...True Warier. (DOWNLOAD)
Reggie Bush's FIRST NFL Touchdown

If you watched the Saints and the Bucs yesterday (by the way, the Saints won), you probably saw Lil' Reggie score the first TD of his NFL career. Congratulations to him! I'm sure there'll be plenty more where that came from. However, I'm sure he'll never forget the first. Even better, he scored on a punt return. Not some bs 1 yard, touchdown. I'm sure he was happier than the first time he received a few thousand dollars in college (lol).

Friday, October 06, 2006

The Big Baseball Diamond in the Sky....

Famous Negro-Leaguer Buck O'Neill has died at the age of 94. Instinct always tell me to be sad or think..."awww" when a person dies but this man lived a long, seemingly fulfilling life. To live 94 years is nothing short of blessing. In case for some reason you don't know of this man, he was a pioneer former Negro-Leaguer. Even at 94 he seemed to get around well, and have sharp mind. You can only imagine how hard it was to break sports barriers back in his day. However, he emerged as a popular figure in Negro League baseball. He leaves behind no children. (Story)

A Little College Football for that A**

I hope that everyone has a great weekend!! If you love college football (like myself), you shouldn't be bored because there're plenty of games that'll be nationally televised on tomorrow. Listed below is the schedule so you can find something to watch. I choose the Florida/LSU game as the game of the day. I'm pulling for Florida!

12 PM
Arkansas @ #2 Auburn---CBS
#15 Clemson @ Wake Forest---ESPN
Purdue @ #19 Iowa---ESPNU
Penn State @ Minnesota---ESPN360

1 PM
Virginia Military @ Army---ESPN Classic

Navy @ Air Force---CSTV

2:30 PM
Stanford @ #12 Notre Dame---NBC

3:30 PM
#9 LSU @ #5 Florida---CBS
#7 Texas @ #14 Oklahoma---ABC
Maryland @ #18 Georgia Tech---ESPNU
Akron @ Cincinnati---ESPN360

4:30 PM
Michigan State @ #6 Michigan---ESPN

T.O....the Ghetto Dr. Suess!

Here's another T.O post for ya:

Terrell Owens is hilarious. He manages to find a way to bombard the media. Usually it's the other way around. His newest antics include the announcement of his series of children's books. That's right, T.O is writing for the kids. He has co-written a children's book, "Little T Learns To Share," that's due out in November (LMAO!!!). Supposedly that's just the first of others to come. The second volume, "Little T Learns What Not to Say," is due this spring 2007; "Little T Learns To Say I'm Sorry" is expected to hit shelves next fall. He needs to title one of those books "Little T Craves Attention." OR "Little T Needs to Sit His Ass Down."

Thursday, October 05, 2006

Earth's Angel...

Andre Gurode is truly the last of a dying breed. I just knew for sure that he was going to seek some kind of legal action for what Albert Haynesworth did to his head/face region. However, he's not going to involve the police. WTF? I just don't understand his kindess. Is he an angel or something? This man needed over 30 stitches for what that beastly human being did and he's gonna let it ride? He deserves a handclap for that shit cus I would have made it my number one priority to f*** up his world. You just can't stomp people in the head with your cleats!! I still can't believe this. I guess they'll be kicking it once his vision clears up. (SI)

Wednesday, October 04, 2006


Seriously...why would you want to look like this? This chick (or at least that what it claims to be) was crowned Ms. Olympia (a heavyweight bodybuilder title). I think it was in Vegas or something. To me, that's beside the point, I'm just tripping at how she's really commited to looking a damn fool. BUT, to each it's own.

CRAZY A** Fans!!!

I hate dumb fans!!! Did you know that the word fan is just short for "fanatic." And the definition of fanatic is: A person marked or motivated by an extreme, unreasoning enthusiasm (Source). So maybe that definition would explain these actions....
Detroit police were interviewing witnesses to find out what happened between Tigers pitcher Kenny Rogers and a man who filed a complaint against him after an incident near Comerica Park. Rogers was driving out of a parking structure near the ballpark after Saturday night's loss to Kansas City when a man started beating on Rogers' car, Detroit police spokeswoman Yvette Walker said Tuesday. She said Rogers got out and exchanged words with the man, who wanted an autograph. The man told officers that Rogers grabbed him by the collar and had to be restrained, but multiple witnesses said there was no physical contact, Walker said. Rogers got back in his car and drove away. (FOXSports)

That makes a lot of damn sense! I want an autograph so I'm going to beat on your car. Sounds to me like a person trying to cause some ruckus in hopes of getting paid.

79-Year Old Hits Two Homeruns........

"It was a big day...I'm just happy to win this first game, because this is a tough place to win ballgames."

The 79-year is Frank Thomas! Wow he's ancient. He became the oldest player to have a multihomer game in postseason history! I didn't even realize he still played baseball. That's amazing. You can be 100 and maintain your postion on a MLB roster. Those who follow baseball proabably know that it's playoff time, and probably know that the Oakland A's defeated the Minnesota Twins on yesterday. Therefore, Grandaddy Frank was able to get the win and add a couple of home runs to his stat sheet. I happen not to like baseball at any level (that includes pee-wee, middle school, high school, college, get the point), BUT Frank Thomas and I have something in common. As college students, we both graced the very same campus. So for that reason, I'm in his corner!! And for that reason (and that reason alone), I hope that the Oakland A's win it all.......oh yeah, he's really 38.

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Shaq Hates His New Balls!

{Ok...not really his new balls, but the NBA's new balls.}

So the NBA is changing the game balls and several players (including Shaquille O'Neal) think it's a terrible idea. Whatever happened to the "if ain't broke don't fix it" creed? Seems like everything was going just great with the balls that the NBA was already using. I can't remember reading about any player saying "I think it's time to change our balls." Some of the greatest plays in NBA history has been made using the old balls so why change it now? Who knows.
Heat center Shaquille O'Neal is no fan of the new basketballs to be used by the NBA this season, and isn't afraid to say so. "It's the worst decision some expert, whoever did it, made. ... The NBA's been around how long? A hundred years? Fifty years? So to change it now, whoever that person is needs his college degree revoked. It's a terrible decision."
"I think the new ball is terrible," O'Neal said Monday. "It's the worst decision some expert, whoever did it, made. ... The NBA's been around how long? A hundred years? Fifty years? So to change it now, whoever that person is needs his college degree revoked. It's a terrible decision."
It's only the second time in 60 seasons the NBA has changed its game balls, and the first time in 35 years. The new model, the league said in a release, "is a microfiber composite with moisture management that provides superior grip and feel throughout the course of a game."
O'Neal, along with many of his Heat teammates, strongly disagree.
"Feels like one of those cheap balls that you buy at the toy store, indoor-outdoor balls," O'Neal said. "I look for shooting percentages to be way down and turnovers to be way up, because when the ball gets wet you can't really control it. Whoever did that needs to be fired. It was terrible, a terrible decision. Awful. I might get fined for saying that, but so what?"
(Continue) ______________________________________________________________________
I'm going to take a wild guess. My guess is that some higer-up authoratative figure who's never played basketball in his damn life thought of this ridiculous change.


Wow is all I can really say when I see D. Wade. I'm such a fan (oh yeah, he can hoop too). I think he's one of God's most beautiful creations...after my boyfriend that is (LOL). He's such eye candy. If I ever get within 10 feet of him, I'm getting arrested. HANDS DOWN!

{Dwyane Wade and Kelly Rowland at the Prive Nightclub in Miami (9/30)}

Monday, October 02, 2006

What Were You Thinking???

If I could ask Albert Haynesworth of the Tennessee Titans one question, it'd be 'What were you thinking?' Yesterday, the Titans and the Cowboys played and during the game, this idiot (for some reason or another) stomped another player in the head!! WTF? This man had to get stitches and everything. The other player, Andre Gurode, was a much better man than his attacker b/c he sought no retaliation. Good for him b/c if I was Gurode, I would've shut that shit down Ron Artest style.

(l-The Attacker r-The Attackee)

_____________________________________________________________________________________ Tennessee defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth was ejected early in the third quarter Sunday after he kicked Dallas center Andre Gurode in the face. Now the tackle expects to be punished, and knows he deserves it. "I apologize to Andre," Haynesworth said. "What I did was disgusting. It's something that should never happen. I mean, I'm not a dirty player. I don't play dirty. I have respect for the game. What I feel like is I disgraced the game, disgraced my team and disgraced my last name." Julius Jones had just scored on a 5-yard run, putting Dallas up 20-6 in what wound up as a 45-14 victory. Gurode's helmet came off, and Haynesworth, standing over him, used his right foot to kick Gurode in the head. "What I did was disgusting," the Titans' Albert Haynesworth said of his stomp on Cowboys center Andre Gurode's face. Gurode said they hadn't been talking or having any exchanges that led to Haynesworth kicking him twice. He received stitches above his forehead and beneath his eye....(ESPN)